I have also commenced another drawing, this time from Chillagoe. I am keen to produce a large-scale drawing of this particular subject, but I want to see it first on a smaller scale, that being 60 x 40 cm. If I do decide to produce a larger version it will contain a series of symbols that relate to the unique nature of the Chillagoe landscape. I shall post an update next week.
Walter’s comment yesterday (walterwsmith.wordpress.com)and my visit to his site, prompted me to produce another digital work as you can see.
I really enjoy this type of artwork and I’m seriously considering taking this ‘interest’ to another level through creating large-scale work for sale and setting up my own digital art blog.
I shall have to give this some thought.
Today’s image was inspired by on old galvanised water tank that I came across near the Herberton Mining Museum on the Atherton Tablelands in Far North Queensland. The patches and areas of rust give this subject a lot of character.
Tomorrow: The opposite of ‘artist’s block’.